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A new University of Melbourne research initiative will put the spotlight on when human suffering and animal cruelty intersect.

The University of Melbourne will establish a School of Government to bolster the study of policy, public administration and governance as we enter the Asian Century.

David Hicks has hit the headlines once more. Dr Kevin Heller from the Melbourne Law School explains the legal significance of these latest developments. 

The University of Melbourne will play a leading role in this week’s Victorian State Government trade mission to China, particularly in discussions around financial services, sustainable development and biotechnology. 

Leading constitutional law expert Professor Cheryl Saunders AO has been honoured with France’s highest accolade, the Légion d'honneur. 

Individual rights may be coming second to a notion of ‘collective security’ as agencies ramp up their use of information obtained through coercive means, a University of Melbourne study has warned.

Cyber Law expert and Professor of Intellectual Property at the Melbourne Law School, Professor Andrew Christie, discusses the legal implications of posting private information on social media sites such as Facebook.

American Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey L. Bleich will use the 2011 Nathan and Pamela Jacobson lecture at the University of Melbourne to discuss how the USA and Australia are working together to tackle violence against women.

A University of Melbourne forum will consider the need to better represent Indigenous Australians in the Constitution ahead of a possible referendum next year.

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